Ladies Night Out - Sweets n Treats sponsored by Handy Hardware

posted Aug 5, 2016, 9:08 AM by Debbie Mills   [ updated Aug 2, 2019, 8:44 AM ]

BEECH ISLAND, SC - Gail's Anatomy was excited to participate at Ladies Night Out sponsored by Hope and Joe Seamon at their Handy Hardware Store in Beech Island. The event was held September 27 from 5:00 - 9:00 PM.  It was a nice evening of fellowship and fun. 

Hook & Cook Festival - October 21-22, 2016

posted Aug 5, 2016, 9:04 AM by Debbie Mills   [ updated Aug 2, 2019, 8:47 AM ]

JACKSON, SC:  The annual Hook & Cook Festival is a great venue to share our mission of ovarian cancer awareness.  This is Gail's hometown and many of the visitors remember her and tell "Gail stories" which is always a blessing to hear. The event takes place next to the Jackson Municipal Building. 

Jackson, South Carolina turning teal in September

posted Aug 5, 2016, 9:01 AM by Debbie Mills   [ updated Aug 2, 2019, 8:50 AM ]

Special thanks to Robin Dennis and Mary Grace Corbin for coordinating efforts in Jackson to turn the town teal.  Robin designed new banners to display on Atomic Road in September.  Mary Grace ties and displays tealbows throughout the town. We work with Lamar Outdoor advertising for a new billboard vinyl on Atomic Road each September. Thanks also to Subway for sharing their billboard space with us each September.

Turn your storefront TEAL in September

posted Aug 5, 2016, 8:51 AM by Debbie Mills

Local businesses are encouraged to add a touch of TEAL to store front displays during the month of September to support Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month!  Stop by the Aiken Downtown Development Association office on The Alley and get a sign to display showing your support.  Prizes will be awarded.

Special thanks to the Aiken Downtown Development Association for supporting this addition to our awareness campaign.  

Turning the water teal in the Newberry Street fountain

posted Aug 5, 2016, 8:36 AM by Debbie Mills

AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA: Mark your calendar for September 1, 2016,  at 7:00 AM to watch as we turn the water teal for the month of September. Special thanks to the Aiken City Council for approving our request.

GFWC Georgia Junior Clubs Special Project "Listen to the Whisper"

posted Aug 5, 2016, 8:11 AM by Debbie Mills   [ updated Aug 26, 2016, 12:31 PM ]

Receiving an invitation from Director Sandy Ahearn to be guest speaker at the Institute breakfast meeting on August 21 is indeed an honor. Director Ahearn's theme for the year is "Listen to the Whisper"  and Debbie Mills, founder of Gail's Anatomy, will be speaking about ovarian cancer. Returning to the hometown of Gail's favorite football team and to speak about ovarian cancer to a group of ladies from acroos the state of Georgia will be an amazing opportunity to make an impact in awareness, early detection and ultimately saving lives. What a positive change that will be in the communities across Georgia.

Nationally, the General Federation of Women's Clubs group is nearly 100,000 members strong and is united in its dedication to volunteer community service. While diverse in age, interests, and experiences, all clubwomen are united by a desire to create positive change in their communities.

September 2016 proclaimed Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month in Aiken, South Carolina

posted Aug 5, 2016, 7:55 AM by Debbie Mills   [ updated Aug 5, 2016, 12:55 PM ]

AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA: July 11, 2016 brought Alicia Owens and Debbie Mills to the Aiken City Council to request approval of turning the Newberry Street water fountain teal and hanging teal bows in downtown Aiken for the month of September to bring awareness to Ovarian Cancer. The Council unanimously approved the request and also proclaimed September 2016 Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. We appreciate the continued support of our local government to bring awareness to the citizens and visitors. We also appreciate Tim Coakley and his crew for maintaining the teal water fountain throughout the month.

City/County/State Proclamations: September 2015 Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

posted Aug 5, 2016, 7:46 AM by Debbie Mills   [ updated Aug 5, 2016, 7:46 AM ]

Aiken (SC) City Council, Aiken County (SC) Council, and Gov. Nikki Haley proclaimed September 2015 as Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Gail's Anatomy is honored to work with our government officials to bring much needed awareness to this disease.  The beautiful palmetto frame and matting on this wall hanging was donated by Connie's Framing on Park Avenue in Aiken, South Carolina.

First Place Winner at Whitney Field Pony Show

posted Sep 24, 2015, 12:36 PM by Debbie Mills

Aiken, SC - The creativity of 8-year old Abbegail determined to ride for ovarian cancer awareness and in honor of Gailcan't won the first place ribbon for Best Decorated Pony at Sunday's wooden pony show. We are so proud of you Abbegail for decorating your pony in teal and sharing the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer with the polo crown at Whitney Field in Aiken, South Carolina. 

Gov. Nikki Haley issues Proclamation

posted Sep 12, 2015, 4:39 PM by Debbie Mills   [ updated Sep 24, 2015, 12:11 PM ]

COLUMBIA, SC - South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley proclaimed September as OVARIAN CANCER AWARENESS MONTH.  On September 10, 2015, the proclamation was presented to Alicia Owens and Debbie Mills, co-directors of Gail's Anatomy, by Rebecca S. Schimsa, Deputy Legal Counsel, Office of Governor R. Nikki Haley. Gail's Anatomy is excited about plans being made for 2016 --- you WILL see teal nearby. Thank you Gov. Haley for promoting awareness throughout our great state.
L-R: Alicia Owens, Debbie Mills, and Rebecca S.Schimsa,                                              2015 State of South Carolina Ovarian Cancer Awareness Proclamation
Deputy Legal Counsel, Office of Governor Nikki R. Haley

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